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    137 Riverside Drive penthouse (Inset: William Randolph Hearst)

    A co-op unit formerly owned by publishing tycoon William Randolph Hearst is asking $38 million. [more]

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  • From left: Leroy Schecter and 15 Central Park West

    From left: Leroy Schecter and 15 Central Park West

    Leroy Schecter, chairman of steel manufacturer Marino-Ware Industries, has slashed another $5 million off the asking price on his 6,000-square-foot condominium at 15 Central Park West, now listed at $65 million. [more]

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  • 12 East 79th Street and Paula Del Nunzio

    WEEKENDEDITION Brown Harris Stevens superbroker Paula Del Nunzio is listing a seven-level Upper East Side townhouse for $51 million, just $2 million shy of the priciest townhouse sale on record. The seller is currently unknown. [more]

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    From left: Paula Del Nunzio, 21 Beekman Place and Melanie Lazenby

    From the January issue: With the New Year underway, it’s time for a post-mortem on last year’s residential market. And in an unusual twist, industry insiders who normally rely on statistics to understand the ins-and-outs of the market are saying that it’s best to avoid the numbers when gauging how the uppermost echelon did in 2013. [more]

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    Leroy Schecter and his condo at 15 Central Park West #35AB (credit: Streeteasy)

    Leroy Schecter, the chairman of steel manufacturer Marino-Ware Industries, has slashed the price on his 15 Central Park West apartment. After originally listing the combination unit for an ambitious $95 million — before reducing that to $85 million in April and briefly attempting to rent it for $125,000 a month — Schecter is now asking $70 million. [more]

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  • The interior of 45 East 74th Street and Zhang Xin

    The interior of 45 East 74th Street and Zhang Xin

    UPDATED, 10:40 a.m., Nov. 7: The billionaire Chinese developer who ponied up hundreds of millions just months ago for a stake in the GM Building is now forking over $26 million for an Upper East Side townhouse. [more]

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  • 157 East 70th Street (Credit: Brown Harris Stevens)

    157 East 70th Street (Credit: Brown Harris Stevens)

    A sprawling Lenox Hill townhouse with a colorful ownership history and a two-story bulletproof atrium has hit the market asking $36 million.  [more]

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  • 1088 Park Avenue

    1088 Park Avenue

    A Park Avenue penthouse is back on the market with a new pair of high-profile brokers — its second in five months — but the same $11.9 million price tag. [more]

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  • From left: Hal Prince and 48 East 74th Street

    From left: Hal Prince and 48 East 74th Street

    Broadway impresario Hal Prince’s flamboyantly decorated townhouse at 48 East 74th Street, which was recently asking $19.95 million, is in contract, the New York Observer reported. [more]

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  • Turtle Bay mansion sells for $34.4M

    July 20, 2013 10:00AM
    21 Beekman Place

    21 Beekman Place

    A century-old townhouse in Turtle Bay sold for $34.35 million, making it the most expensive sale of the week, the New York Times reported.

    The sale of 21 Beekman Place, at 50th Street, set records for a 20-foot-wide Manhattan townhouse and for square footage for any single-family townhouse, at $4,754 per square foot. [more]

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  • 5 East 93rd Street

    5 East 93rd Street

    It seems the bloom is off the rose for this Carnegie Hill townhouse. Lynn Jawitz, a famed florist who more than two years ago listed her home for $24.5 million, has enlisted a new broker and slashed the price by more than $3 million, StreetEasy shows. [more]

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  • 7 West 54th Street

    7 West 54th Street

    The Philip and Carrie Lehman House at 7 West 54th Street has a buyer, and it is the most expensive townhouse contract signed so far this year, according to a weekly luxury market report released today by residential brokerage Olshan Realty. [more]

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  • Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al-Thani and the Ellen Biddle Shipman townhouse

    Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al-Thani and the Ellen Biddle Shipman townhouse

    The prime minister of Qatar has paid $35 million for a townhouse at Beekman Place, $13.5 million less than its asking price, the New York Post and the New York Observer reported. The East River property is known as the Ellen Biddle Shipman Residence. [more]

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  • Chris Halstead, the 50-foot-wide Harkness Mansion and the super skinny 75 1/2 Bedford Street

    At first glance, Manhattan’s toniest townhouses would seem to have little in common with mobile homes. But, in fact, both types of real estate share a metric for measuring value: the wider the better. Not only is townhouse width a point of pride for homeowners, buyers and brokers in New York City, it is one of the most important attributes appraisers use in determining the sale price of a townhouse, said Jonathan Miller, president of appraisal firm Miller Samuel. But how much does width actually impact the price per square foot of a property? [more]

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  • 452 Greenwich Street (Image c/o Trulia)

    A Tribeca townhouse with a history of rapid appreciation is on the market again for $19.5 million, down from an initial asking price of $24.5 million, the New York Observer reported.

    Owner Sean McCarthy has tapped Brown Harris Stevens superbroker Paula Del Nunzio to handle the sale. The four-story building at 452 Greenwich Street first sold for just under $500,000 in 1998, and then again in 1999 for $1.5 million. McCarthy purchased it in 2003 for $5.65 million, which means he would make a handsome return despite the markdown.  [more]

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  • From left: Paula Del Nunzio and interior shots of the 625 Park listing

    A co-op at the J.E.R. Carpenter-designed 625 Park Avenue — with the potential for a combination — has hit the market for $19.5 million, Curbed reported. Paula Del Nunzio of Brown Harris Stevens has the listing. [more]

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  • From left: 311 West 11th Street and Annie Leibovitz

    Famed photographer Annie Leibovitz has listed her West Village spread for $33 million, the Wall Street Journal reported. Paula Del Nunzio at Brown Harris Stevens has the listing.

    The 10,200-square-foot home is comprised of three townhouses on a corner of Greenwich and West 11th streets. Leibovitz began assembling the property a decade ago. She purchased the first two buildings — 755-757 Greenwich Street — in 2002 for $4.2 million, then bought 311 West 11th Street a year later for $1.9 million, public records show. [more]

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  • From left: the exterior and interior of 4 East 80th Street

    The Woolworth mansion at 4 East 80th Street has hit the market for $90 million, Crain’s reported. Located between Fifth and Madison avenues, the property is currently the most expensive townhouse listed in the city, according to Streeteasy.com, and if sold, the sale would break the record for the largest price paid for a townhouse. [more]

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  • Rothschild mansion to trade for $25M

    October 02, 2012 03:30PM

    Rothschild Mansion

    After sitting on the market for nearly seven years and going through a litany of prices changes, the Upper East Side’s Rothschild Mansion will finally trade for $25 million to an unknown buyer, sources told Bloomberg News.

    The Century Foundation, a think tank that analyzes U.S. public policy, had owned the six-story, 11,300-square- foot townhouse since 1958 and will now relocate to the Financial District, according to Derek Newton, a Century Foundation spokesperson. [more]

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  • Paula Del Nunzio and the Woolworth mansion

    Manhattan’s priciest residential townhouse listing can now be rented for $150,000 per month, the Observer reported. The famed Woolworth mansion, located at 4 East 80th Street in the Upper East Side, hit the market a year and a half ago, asking $90 million or $210,000 a month. The rental price was first trimmed in April of last year to $165,000. The rent slash comes as competition for other astronomically priced residences, such as 15 Central Park West and 50 Central Park South, both boasting $95 million listings, hit the market. [more]

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